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English Grammar. Comparative & Superlative. Comparative & Superlative. Notice that some adjectives do not follow this rule. Comparative & Superlative. Use the expression as + adj. + as + (am-is-are) to show that two persons or things are equal. Ahmed is as tall as Fahd is.

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English grammar

English Grammar

Comparative

&

Superlative


Comparative superlative

Comparative & Superlative


Notice that some adjectives do not follow this rule

Notice that some adjectives do not follow this rule.


Comparative superlative1

Comparative & Superlative

Use the expression as +adj. + as + (am-is-are) to show that two persons or things are equal.

Ahmed is astallasFahd is.


Comparative superlative2

Comparative & Superlative

Use the expression as +adv. + as + (do-does-did) when two actions are compared .

Ahmed runs asquicklyas Fahd does.


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